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Monastery life is contemplative

Kiwanis member Liz Wolfe is passionate about her support of the Norbertine Canonesses, which is a...

 

32nd Kiwanis Prayer Breakfast speaker: Business exec Ragsdale

The theme of the National Day of Prayer on May 3 is "Unity." The theme of the men's weekly Bible...

 

Kiwanis hears final Women's History Month presentation

Kiwanis Club was fortunate to hear from two historic women, American Association of University...

 

Kiwanis learns about 'California WaterFix'

Jonathan Hall, served in two capacities at the Kiwanis meeting on March 7. As our President, he...

 

Historic Women visit Kiwanis

Kiwanis members were visited by women from history as portrayed by Storytellers from American...

 

Kiwanis recognizes Marget Willer for her service

Marget Willer has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award by Kiwanis Division 33. The...

 

Children provide inspiration

We must be an example for our children. This was the message Jim Pendleton shared with the Kiwanis C...

 

Diet influences health

A low-carb diet can cure diabetes and lower cholesterol. Dr. Susan Hall knows this because of her...

 

City of Tehachapi: A $20 million business

The city of Tehachapi is run as a business. "We are a non-profit business," City Manager Greg...

 

Kiwanis board plans for big year as club grows

Service to the community – The Kiwanis Club of Tehachapi board of directors and all club members...

 

Kiwanis welcomes daughter from Spain

Lyndsey Wolfe thought it would be fun to live in Spain for a year. Now it's ten years later and she...

 

Learning about hydraulic fracturing

Porter Underwood spoke to the Kiwanis Club about hydraulic fracturing or "fracking." He worked in...

 

There is help for sick children

Improving the lives of children is a major concern for Kiwanis International as well as the local...

 

Kiwanis members hear about communication

Communication is a key aspect of a successful community. That is the message Kiwanis members heard...

 

Kiwanis updated on City projects

Jay Schlosser, Development Services Director for the City of Tehachapi, spoke to the Kiwanis Club...

 

New leaders for Tehachapi Kiwanis

Kiwanis Club of Tehachapi has elected new officers which were installed at a luncheon meeting....

 

Kiwanis learns about the origins of GPS

Kiwanis members were informed about the development and secrets of GPS when Larry Wells spoke to...

 

There's good news about the new Hospital

Christina Scrivner is excited about the partnership Tehachapi has developed with Adventist Health...

 

There have been big changes in photography

A 1930 Kodak box camera was Wallace Kleck's first camera, and he explained the changes that have occ...

 

Kiwanis applauds Child Care Program

Improving the lives of children is a goal of Kiwanis so it was appropriate that Rev. Ken Burton,...

 

Iconic restaurant closes, temporarily

When asked what her parting words would be, Kathy Bassler of Kelcy's Cafe said, "It's been a good...

 

Salvation Army offers after school and summer programs for youth

An after school program provided by the Salvation Army was explained to Kiwanis members by Kyle...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    May 27, 2017

Meet Your New Neighbors

Cecelia “CeCe” Hozman moved into her new home in Tehachapi at the beginning of April. I knew...

 

The more you read, the more you know

One of the Rotary Club of Tehachapi's favorite projects is distributing personalized books to every...

 

Woodcarving is a fun hobby

Janice Polletta spoke to Kiwanis about the joy of wood carving. Her enjoyment of that art began 30...

 

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